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East Tennessee Children's Hospital
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Jumping rope is not only great for kids, but it's an excellent calorie-burner for adults as well!
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Mother's Day is right around the corner... have you got something for mom yet? Use East Tennessee Children's Hospital's special link www.etch.com/mom to shop from Amazon and they'll donate proceeds from the sale back to the hospital. And moms, don't be shy about dropping some not so subtle hints or getting something for yourself! :)
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"Taylor was so enthusiastic about life. She loved our hospital and adored working with patients. She will be missed more than words can express." - Cheryl Allmon, Director of Volunteer Services and Programs, remembering Taylor Corum, an 18-year old student at Farragut High School and volunteer at East Tennessee Children's Hospital, who passed away this past Saturday.
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Special thanks to the F-16 Viper Demo squad for visiting East Tennessee Children's Hospital.
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Rains Malone stayed in the East Tennessee Children's Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the first two weeks of his life after suffering serious complications at birth because of trauma to his brain. Using the NICU's cooling cap technology, Rains' brain healed, and today, he and his family are celebrating his first birthday. Happy Birthday, Rains!
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Millie, one of our much-loved H.A.B.I.T. dogs, retired this past Friday after five years of service. H.A.B.I.T. is a community group of volunteers that sponsor pet visitation programs to places like East Tennessee Children's Hospital in order to promote the valuable bond between people and animals. Thanks Millie, our kids will miss you!
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Congratulations to East Tennessee Children's Hospital's 2016 Volunteer Award winners! Pictured, back row (left to right): Bernie Cutlip, Dean Tate, Chris Cooley, Bonnie Reynolds; front row (left to right): Joyce Sweet, Nancy Flynn, Jackie Smith
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Scripps Networks Interactive has donated $10 million to East Tennessee Children's Hospital. This is the largest corporate gift in the hospital's 78 year history. The announcement was made during a special reception and naming ceremony for Children's Hospital's 245,000 square foot expansion project. The hospital's new building will be named Scripps Networks Tower. Read the official press release here:
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Today, East Tennessee Children's Hospital will announce the largest corporate donation in our hospital's history. A special check presentation and naming ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for live updates on this very special day!
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Members of the Smoky Mountain Air Show, including the Blue Angels, visited Elijah and other patients at East Tennessee Children's Hospital today before their big show in Knoxville this weekend.
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Feeling stressed? Try yoga! Yoga helps kids with their stress, patience and concentration... and it can also help mom and dad too. :) Read more:
Yoga uses calming breathing and feel-good stretches to relax you. Find out more and give it a try. (Kids)
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Strength training can help kids and teens build healthy muscles, joints, and bones. With a properly designed and supervised program, they can improve endurance, total fitness level, and sports performance. Learn more:
With a properly designed and supervised program, strength training can be a fun way for kids to build healthy muscles, joints, and bones. (Parents)
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2018 Clinch Ave Knoxville, TN 37916
2018 Clinch AvenueUSTennesseeKnoxville37916
(865) 541-8000etch.com
Children's Hospital, Medical ClinicToday Open 24 hours
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Our mission is to improve the health of children in Knoxville and the greater East Tennessee area through exceptional, comprehensive family-centered care, wellness and education.
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"Remove your current OR nurse management and find efficient managers."
"So basically we were told URI, Virus and treated for nausea."
"Very helpful and caring staff."
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Crystal Anderson
a week ago
This is a great hospital. Staff is friendly and they are a little over bearing with security, but I like that especially when it comes to kids. My son had teeth cut out and caps placed on, the staff was great about answering questions and great about having extra clothes on hand just in case theres an accident.
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Justin Heatherly
5 months ago
This used to be a decent place but the last few times we've taken my son, it's frankly sucked. Just last night we took him in because he had a rectal fever of 103, he was inconsolable, and had very labored/ grunting breathing. When we got there his fever was some how magically 100 by their reading, despite the fact he was so hot I was sweating holding him and we hadn't given him any meds prior to the visit. He threw up once from crying, that was it. They gave him zofran..nothing for fever...but zofran..from throwing up by crying The doctor then proceeded to tell me he was breathing faster due to his fever...but he WASN'T breathing FASTER. He had LABORED slow breathing..this also didn't tell me why he had the fever to begin with. So then she tells us it's an upper respiratory infection..No cough, mucus, not even a runny nose and his chest sounded clear as a bell..but he had a respiratory infection..right. So then we sat an additional 20 minutes for 2 discharge papers. The nurse comes in and says they're treating him for a VIRUS and they're send him home with ZOFRAN when nausea isn't even a symptom he's having! So basically we were told URI, Virus and treated for nausea. I'm no doctor but my kid's has repository infections and this wasn't one.
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Henry Harrell
3 months ago
We go the children's clinic four times a year with two diabetic kids. We are treated as good as gold every time. Love this place and the staff is always wonderful.
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Jeffrey Einkorn
3 months ago
Great doctors.... some of the nurses on the other hand could be replaced with ones that actually enjoy helping and being around kids.
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Crazy Jimmy
5 months ago
An absolutely appalling organization to be involved with as an employee. It is small, so there is little accountability to keep the cliques and circus of drama and back-stabbing in check. With larger organizations like Covenant there are several layers of accountability to keep the shenanigans under control; not so here. As a patient, expect to be talked about and ridiculed by the uncaring staff. As an employee, expect to be talked about and ridiculed by the uncaring staff. Workplace hostility at its finest - run from this laughable institution and don't look back.
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Matt Gann
5 months ago
Dear ETCH, A MESSAGE TO Operating Room MANAGEMENT: You have created an absolutely appalling HOSTILE work environment. Not only have you created this environment, you continue to harbor it. The bullying that goes on between senior employees and new employees is absolutely terrible. What's more? Those that will stand up against it are not taken seriously and then reprimanded. You need to deal with this. The anxiety you create follows your employees home. This affects every aspect of our lives. We are calling on Human Resources to launch a full scale investigation. How many amazing employees are you going to have to lose before you WAKE UP? We are now speaking up. Your nurse managers may be extremely good nurses, but when you promote them, they become terrible managers. Not everyone is capable of managing affectively. Do a better job training your nurses. Remove your current OR nurse management and find efficient managers. We will not go away and we will not back down! The Joint Commission and OSHA both have specific policies that state bullying amongst staff hinders patient safety. DEAL WITH THIS. Sincerely,
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Rachel Claunch
a week ago
They took great care of my son during his kidney stone issues.
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Dave Wilson
5 months ago
Very helpful and caring staff. Parking is a bit confusing, but after you've been there a couple of times you get used to it.